Perhaps the two least profitable corporations in history are still gushing cash, and taxpayers are still bailing them out.Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac both lost $14 billion in 2010.
The government sponsored entities were the first and second biggest losers on the new Fortune 500. The next biggest losers were Sprint at $3.5 billion, Energy Future Holdings at $2.8 billion and Bank of America at $2.2 billion.
Fannie’also topped the list in 2009 with a $72 billion in losses. Freddie came in second that year with a $22 billion loss.
In 2008 Fannie & Freddie lost more money than all but AIG.
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